Today's news is all in your head...
- Doctor leads time travel research. No, not that Doctor. Although I'm sure a few jelly babies would help get things moving...
- Google News will now offer news searches going back centuries. Pack some jelly babies, and wrap a long scarf around your neck.
- Do you hear voices in your head?
- Can shocking the brain bring people out of death-like comas?
- Here's a review of The Family That Couldn't Sleep, by D.T. Max (Amazon US and UK).
- Scholar says Nefertiti was an aging beauty with wrinkles and bags under her eyes.
- Deconstructing a Maya pyramid.
- Tasmania to mark 70 years since last 'Tiger'.
- Noah's Ark discovered again...and again. An article by Skeptical Inquirer's Benjamin Radford.
- Hermaphrodite fish bother scientists. More at WaPo. I think Randy Fitzgerald has a bit about this in his book The Hundred Year Lie.
- Never mind the anal probes, now there's a better reason to run away from a UFO. It may just be one of the Air Force's Modular Disc-Wing Urban Cruise Munitions. I think 'Robotic Frisbee of Death' is a little catchier personally.
- Stephen Hawking advertises for a helper.
- 'Virtually untreatable tuberculosis' found, according to WHO. What's on second.
- Bush admits to secret prisons. Something Khalid El Masri found out quite some time ago.
- Are government and industry set to use computer microphones to spy on us?
- Let's look on the sunny side. Is that yellow ball in the sky the real reason behind climate change? And reply.
- What happens in an artist's brain?
Thanks Brian and Kat.
Quote of the Day:
Global warming — at least the modern nightmare vision - is a myth. I am sure of it and so are a growing number of scientists. But what is really worrying is that the world's politicians and policy makers are not.
Professor David Bellamy